CTVA US Country Music - "Ozark Jubilee/Country Music Jubilee/Jubilee USA" (ABC)(1955-61)

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Ozark Jubilee (1955-57)
   aka Country Music Jubilee (1957-58)
aka  Jubilee U.S.A. (1958-61)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Rina Fox
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive
Writers Guild of America (wga)
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OZARK JUBILEE / COUNTRY MUSIC JUBILEE/ JUBILEE U.S.A
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Crossroads Television Production
for
ABC
from Springfield Missouri
 Correction From: John Bisney (jbisney@comcast.net) 29/01/2014
Ozark Jubilee was not “Produced by Si Sherman & Carl Fox.”
The co-executive producers were Si Simon and John Mahaffey.
The producer/director was my father, Bryan Bisney.
Thanks, John Bisney


US Country & Western Music series 1955-61 (22Jan55-21Nov61)

Hosted by Red Foley

Regulars:
Smiley Burnette
Bobby Lord
Wanda Jackson
Brenda Lee
(only 10 when she became a regular in 1956)
Webb Pierce
Suzi Arden
Shug Fisher
Slim Wilson
Uncle Cyp and Aunt Sap Brasfield
The Tall Timber Trio
The Promenders

Theme Song " Sugarfoot Rag" composed by Hand Garland

################ Ozark Jubilee ###############
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ABC (from 22-Jan-1955 to 17-Sep-1955)

[01] Ozark Jubilee
22Jan1955 ABC Sat 8pm [Premiere] [Channels 7 and 12 Wisconsin]
featuring Red Foley and a cast of 13 entertainers.
The program will be a full hour of music, comedy and variety performed by Jean Shepard, Hawkshaw Hawkins, Tommy Sosebee, Oklahoma Wranglers, Arlie Duff,
Grady Martin and the Foggy River Boys. [Racine Journal][San Rafael Independent]

[02] Ozark Jubilee
29Jan1955 ABC Sat 8pm
featuring Red Foley

[03] Ozark Jubilee
05Feb1955 ABC Sat 8pm
featuring Red Foley

[04] Ozark Jubilee
12Feb1955 ABC Sat 8pm
featuring Red Foley

[05] Ozark Jubilee
19Feb1955 ABC Sat 8pm
featuring Red Foley

[06] Ozark Jubilee
26Feb1955 ABC Sat 8pm
featuring Red Foley

[07] Ozark Jubilee
05Mar1955 ABC Sat 8pm
featuring Red Foley

[08] Ozark Jubilee
12Mar1955 ABC Sat 8pm
featuring Red Foley

[09] Ozark Jubilee
19Mar1955 ABC Sat 8pm
featuring Red Foley

[10] Ozark Jubilee
26Mar1955 ABC Sat 8pm
featuring Red Foley

[11] Ozark Jubilee
02Apr1955 ABC Sat 8pm
featuring Red Foley

[12] Ozark Jubilee
09Apr1955 ABC Sat 8pm
featuring Red Foley

[13] Ozark Jubilee
16Apr1955 ABC Sat 8pm
featuring Red Foley

[14] Ozark Jubilee
23Apr1955 ABC Sat 8pm
featuring Red Foley

[15] Ozark Jubilee
30Apr1955 ABC Sat 8pm
featuring Red Foley

[16] Ozark Jubilee
07May1955 ABC Sat 8pm
featuring Red Foley

[17] Ozark Jubilee
14May1955 ABC Sat 8pm
featuring Red Foley

[18] Ozark Jubilee
21May1955 ABC Sat 8pm
featuring Red Foley

[19] Ozark Jubilee
28May1955 ABC Sat 8pm
featuring Red Foley

[20] Ozark Jubilee
07May1955 ABC Sat 8pm
featuring Red Foley

[21] Ozark Jubilee
14May1955 ABC Sat 8pm
featuring Red Foley

[22] Ozark Jubilee
21May1955 ABC Sat 8pm
featuring Red Foley

[23] Ozark Jubilee
28May1955 ABC Sat 8pm
featuring Red Foley

[24] Ozark Jubilee
04Jun1955 ABC Sat 6pm
featuring Red Foley

[25] Ozark Jubilee
11Jun1955 ABC Sat 6pm [Long Beach Independent]
featuring Red Foley
Guest
Jimmy Newman.

[26] Ozark Jubilee
18Jun1955 ABC Sat 6pm [Long Beach Independent]
featuring Red Foley
Guests are
The York Brothers, a Texas vocal group and Casey Tibbs, the world's champion cowboy.

[27] Ozark Jubilee
25Jun1955 ABC Sat 6pm [Long Beach Independent]
featuring Red Foley
Guest
The Duke of Paducah, hillbilly humorist.

[28] Ozark Jubilee
02Jul1955 ABC Sat 6pm [Long Beach Independent]
featuring Red Foley
Guests
Leon McAuliffe's 12 piece band guests.
Next week this show expands to 90 minutes in length due to it's popularity.

[29] Ozark Jubilee
09Jul1955 ABC Sat 7:30pm to 9pm [Long Beach Independent]
featuring Red Foley
Guests
Webb Pierce, The Maddox Brothers and Rose, a brother-sister act and Red Sovine.

[30] Ozark Jubilee
16Jul1955 ABC Sat 6pm [Long Beach Independent]
featuring Red Foley
Guests
Arlie Duff and the Commodores Quartet.

[31] Ozark Jubilee
23Jul1955 ABC Sat 6pm [Long Beach Independent]
featuring Red Foley
Guest
Johnny Bond

[32] Ozark Jubilee
30Jul1955 ABC Sat 6pm [Long Beach Independent]
featuring Red Foley
Guests
Wanda Jackson and Jimmie Skinner.

[33] Ozark Jubilee
06Aug1955 ABC Sat 6pm
featuring Red Foley
Guest
Bobby Lord

[34] Ozark Jubilee
13Aug1955 ABC Sat 6pm
featuring Red Foley
Guest
Tommy Collins

[35] Ozark Jubilee
20Aug1955 ABC Sat 6pm
featuring Red Foley
Guest
Eddy Arnold

[36] Ozark Jubilee
27Aug1955 ABC Sat 6pm
featuring Eddy Arnold who takes over for the vacationing Red Foley
Guest
The Duke of Paducah

[37] Ozark Jubilee
03Sep1955 ABC Sat 6pm
featuring Webb Pierce as the guest emcee, while Red Foley vacations.

[38] Ozark Jubilee
10Sep1955 ABC Sat 6pm
featuring Webb Pierce as the guest emcee, while Red Foley vacations.

[39] Ozark Jubilee
17Sep1955 ABC Sat 6pm
featuring Webb Pierce as the guest emcee, while Red Foley vacations.

################ Ozark Jubilee ###############
############## season 2 1955-56 ##############
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ABC Saturdays 7:00-8:30pm Eastern (90 min)
"Ozark Jubilee" was replaced once a month by "The Grand Ole Opry" during the 1955-56 season

2.01 [40] Ozark Jubilee
24Sep1955 ABC Sat 7pm[Madison State Journal]
featuring Red Foley (returning from vacation and a new season)
Guests
The Sunshine Boys

2.02 [41] Ozark Jubilee
01Oct1955 ABC Sat 7pm[Madison State Journal]
featuring Red Foley
Guest
Rex Allen

2.03 [42] Ozark Jubilee
08Oct1955 ABC Sat 7pm[Madison State Journal]
featuring Red Foley
Guest
Fran Allison

2.04 [43] Ozark Jubilee
15Oct1955 ABC Sat 7pm[Madison State Journal]
featuring Webb Pierce as guest emcee

2.05 [44] Ozark Jubilee
22Oct1955 ABC Sat 7pm
featuring Webb Pierce as guest emcee

2.06 [45] Ozark Jubilee
29Oct1955 ABC Sat 7pm [Madison State Journal]
featuring Red Foley
Guests
Mae Wiseman
and Speedy West.

2.07 [46] Ozark Jubilee
05Nov1955 ABC Sat 7pm [Cedar Rapids Gazette]
featuring Red Foley
Guest
Fran Allison

2.08 [47] Ozark Jubilee
12Nov1955 ABC Sat 7pm [Madison State Journal]
featuring Red Foley
Guests
Webb Pierce
and Lefty Frizzel.

2.09 [48] Ozark Jubilee
19Nov1955 ABC Sat 7pm [Long Beach Independent]
featuring Red Foley
Guests
Les Paul and Mary Ford
and Judy Lynn.

*Note: "Grand Ole Opry" the famous radio program starts it's TV run tonight at 7:30 will be seen every fourth week.
"Ozark Jubilee" loses the hour of time and is chopped to 30 minutes.

2.10 [49] Ozark Jubilee
26Nov1955 ABC Sat 7pm [Cedar Rapids Gazette]
featuring Red Foley
Guests
James Brown (Lt. Rip Masters of ABC-TV's Rin Tin Tin fame)
and Jim Lowe singer-composer of "Gambler's Guitar".

2.11 [50] Ozark Jubilee
03Dec1955 ABC Sat 7pm [Cedar Rapids Gazette]
featuring Red Foley
Guests
Jimmie and Johnny singing duo from "Louisiana Hayride Show"
songstress Charlene Arthur of the "Big D Jamboree"
and The Four Strings.

2.11 [50] Ozark Jubilee
10Dec1955 ABC Sat 6:30pm [Cedar Rapids Gazette]
featuring Red Foley

*"Grand Ole Opry" takes the other hour. Eddy Arnold is the guest star and presents a real, old-fashioned Christmas Party.
Eddy Arnold sings "Christmas Can't Be Far Away" to open the show. Other guests are Hank Snow, Carl Smith, Minnie Pearl, Marty Robbins, Jean Shepherd,
Lew Childre, Grandpa Jones, Cousin Jody, The Tennessee Plowboy, The Jordanaires, Nita-Rita-Ruby group and the Junior Kentucky Briarhoppers.

2.12 [51] Ozark Jubilee
17Dec1955 ABC Sat 6:30pm [Cedar Rapids Gazette]
featuring Webb Pierce as guest emcee
*Note: Hosts the show every fourth week.
Webb Pierce was named best country vocalist of 1955 and his hit record "In the Jailhouse Now" was cited best country record of the year.

2.13 [52] Ozark Jubilee
24Dec1955 ABC Sat 6:30pm [Cedar Rapids Gazette]
featuring Red Foley with a Christmas Barn Party
Guest
Porter Waggoner

2.14 [53] Ozark Jubilee
31Dec1955 ABC Sat 6:30pm
featuring Red Foley

2.15 [54] Ozark Jubilee
07Jan1956 ABC Sat 6:30pm [Cedar Rapids Gazette]
featuring Red Foley
Guest
Jimmie Davis, former governor of Louisiana and composer of the country song "You Are My Sunshine".

*"Grand Ole Opry" takes the other hour.

2.16 [55] Ozark Jubilee
14Jan1956 ABC Sat 6:30pm [Cedar Rapids Gazette]
featuring Red Foley
Guests
Gene Autry
and Stan Musial.

Sponsored by Allied Mills - American Home Products
Twenty-five years ago, a cowboy and a country music man started their careers on the National Barn Dance originating in Chicago.
Twenty-five years later - tonight - Red Foley and Gene Autry celebrate the event along with the St. Louis Cards' Stan Musian and the Governor of Tennessee.

2.17 [55] Ozark Jubilee
21Jan1956 ABC Sat 6:30pm [Cedar Rapids Gazette]
featuring Red Foley
Guests
Fran Allison
Rusty Draper who sings "Shifting, Whispering Sands"
and New York columnist Earl Wilson in celebration of the Jubilee's first anniversary on TV.

2.18 [56] Ozark Jubilee
28Jan1956 ABC Sat 6:30pm [Albuquerque Journal]
featuring Webb Pierce guest emcee
Guests
Tabby West
and Sonny Burnette.

2.19 [57] Ozark Jubilee
04Feb1956 ABC Sat 6:30pm to 7pm
featuring Red Foley

* Grand Ole Opry with Carl Smith, Ray Price, Goldie Hill, Porter Wagoner, Minnie Pearl and Rod Brasfield

2.20 [58] Ozark Jubilee
11Feb1956 ABC Sat 6:30pm
featuring Red Foley

2.21 [59] Ozark Jubilee
18Feb1956 ABC Sat 8:30pm
featuring Red Foley

* Shortened to a half hour to allow for The Long Ranger special at 7. [Long Beach Independent]

2.22 [60] Ozark Jubilee
25Feb1956 ABC Sat 6:30pm
featuring Red Foley
Guest
Tex Williams

2.23 [61] Ozark Jubilee
03Mar1956 ABC Sat 6:30pm
featuring guest emcee Webb Pierce
Guests
Roy Hall
Rita Robbins
and The Promenaders.

2.24 [62] Ozark Jubilee
10Mar1956 ABC Sat 6:30pm
featuring Red Foley
Guest
Fran Allison

*Grand Ole Opry fills the other hour. Guest Joni James.

2.25 [63] Ozark Jubilee
17Mar1956 ABC Sat 6:30pm
featuring Red Foley
Guests
Betty Johnson
and Carl Perkins.

2.26 [64] Ozark Jubilee
24Mar1956 ABC Sat 6:30pm
featuring Red Foley
Guest
Jimmy Wakely

2.27 [65] Ozark Jubilee
31Mar1956 ABC Sat 6:30pm half hour show
featuring guest emcee Webb Pierce
Guest
10-year-old Libby Horne from Oklahoma.

*Grand Ole Opry at 7 with Roy Acuff, Jaye P. Morgan and Hank Thompson.

2.28 [66] Ozark Jubilee
07Apr1956 ABC Sat 6:30pm (Alton Telegraph)
Porter Wagoner starts the first half and hour and Red Foley mc`s the next.

2.29 [67] Ozark Jubilee
14Apr1956 ABC Sat 6:30pm
Sammy James and Red Foley share the mc honors.

2.30 [68] Ozark Jubilee
21Apr1956 ABC Sat 6:30pm
featuring Red Foley
Guest
Jimmie Davis, former governor of Louisiana and current recording star.

2.31 [69] Ozark Jubilee
28Apr1956 ABC Sat 6:30pm
featuring Red Foley
Guest
Buddy Ebsen

2.32 [70] Ozark Jubilee
05May1956 ABC Sat 6:30pm
featuring Red Foley
Guest
James Brown (TV`s Lt. Rip Masters of ``Rin Tin Tin``.

2.33 [71] Ozark Jubilee
12May1956 ABC Sat 6:30pm
featuring Red Foley
Guests
Fran Allison
and Smiley Burnette.

2.34 [72] Ozark Jubilee
19May1956 ABC Sat 6:30pm
featuring Red Foley
Guests
Jimmy Dickens
and The DeMarco Sisters.

2.35 [73] Ozark Jubilee
26May1956 ABC Sat 6:30pm
featuring Red Foley
Guests
10-year-old Libby Horne
and 9-year-old Brenda Lee in another "Junior Jubilee Edition".

2.36 [74] Ozark Jubilee
02Jun1956 ABC Sat 6:30pm
featuring Porter Wagoner as emcee for the first half and Red Foley for the last half
Guests
Wesley and Marilyn Tuttle

2.37 [75] Ozark Jubilee
09Jun1956 ABC Sat 6:30pm
featuring Red Foley
Guest
Sonny James

2.38 [76] Ozark Jubilee
16Jun1956 ABC Sat 6:30pm
featuring Red Foley
Guest
Rusty Draper
Note: Red Foley and company announce the addition of The Carlisles, comedy vocal group known to record enthusiasts
and the Junior Tadpoles, 3 to 10-year-olds who are square dancers.

2.39 [77] Ozark Jubilee
23Jun1956 ABC Sat 6:30pm
featuring Red Foley
Guest
Betty Ann Grove

2.40 [78] Ozark Jubilee
30Jun1956 ABC Sat 6:30pm
featuring Red Foley
Guests
Tommy Duncan
and Wally Fowler

2.41 [79] Ozark Jubilee
07Jul1956 ABC Sat 6:30pm
featuring Sonny James emcees the first half-hour his latest hit "Twenty Feet of Muddy Water" opens the program.
Guest

2.42 [80] Ozark Jubilee
14Jul1956 ABC Sat 6:30pm
featuring Red Foley
Guest
Onie Wheeler

2.43 [81] Ozark Jubilee
21Jul1956 ABC Sat 6:30pm
featuring Red Foley
Guests
10-year-old Libby Horne
and 9-year-old Brenda Lee in another "Junior Jubilee Edition".

2.44 [82] Ozark Jubilee
28Jul1956 ABC Sat 6:30pm
featuring Red Foley
Guests
Johnny Bond
Cannonball Taylor
Texas Bill Strength and Red Garrett.

2.45 [83] Ozark Jubilee
04Aug1956 ABC Sat 6:30pm
featuring guest emcee Jimmy Wakely (pinch-hitting for the vacationing Red Foley for three weeks)
Guests

2.46 [84] Ozark Jubilee
11Aug1956 ABC Sat 6:30pm
featuring guest emcee Jimmy Wakely
Guests
Bobby Lord
Marvin Rainwater
and Sonny James.
* 1hr show with a half-hour Democratic Convention program.

2.47 [85] Ozark Jubilee
18Aug1956 ABC Sat 6:30pm
featuring guest emcee Jim Wilson
Guests
`Ozark Junior Jubilee`

*Grand Ole Opry (8-9pm) with Eddy Arnold, Johnny Cash, June Carter and Jimmy Dickens.

2.48 [86] Ozark Jubilee
25Aug1956 ABC Sat 6:30pm
featuring Porter Wagoner and Red Foley emcee
Guests
Hank Locklin
and Rufe Davis.
Highlights:
Red Foley celebrates his homecoming by singing `Chattanooga Shoe Shine Boy``, ``Molly Darling`` and ``Beyond the Sunset``.

2.49 [87] Ozark Jubilee
01Sep1956 ABC Sat 6:30pm
featuring Sonny James emcee for the first half hour and Red Foley for the shows remainder.
Guest
Audrey Williams

2.50 [88] Ozark Jubilee
08Sep1956 ABC Sat 6:30pm [Seymour Tribune]
featuring Red Foley
Guest
Fran Allison
Highlights:
A vocal duet by Fran and host Red Foley.
Fran appears in a Gay Nineties role as the manhunting "Aunt Fanny", gossiping on the phone with her unseen friend,
"Nettie" never heard nor seen in the 20 years of their broadcast conversations.

2.51 [89] Ozark Jubilee
15Sep1956 ABC Sat 6:30pm [Seymour Tribune]
featuring Red Foley

*Grand Ole Opry's State Fair" Roy Acuff, Hank Snow, Ernest Tubb, Minnie Pearl and Jimmy Dickens.

2.52 [90] Ozark Jubilee
22Sep1956 ABC Sat 6:30pm [Seymour Tribune]
featuring Red Foley
Highlights:
The Carlistles perform "Baby, Let Me Hold Your Hand".

################ Ozark Jubilee ###############
############## season 3 1956-57 ##############
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ABC Thursdays 9pm 1.2 hour program now
Movies shown on ABC Saturday 7:30-9:00pm Eastern (90 min)
Note: Two week delay on West Coast [Long Beach Press Telegram and Independent.]

3.01 [91] Ozark Jubilee
04Oct1956 ABC Thurs 9pm [Madison Wisconsin Journal]
featuring Red Foley
Guest
Tex Ritter

3.02 [92] Ozark Jubilee
11Oct1956 ABC Thurs 9pm [Madison Wisconsin Journal]
featuring Red Foley

3.03 [93] Ozark Jubilee
18Oct1956 ABC Thurs 9pm [Madison Wisconsin Journal]
featuring Red Foley
Guests
Slim Wilson
Rufe Davis
and song duo Jim Edwards and Maxine Brown.
Plus, from the Junior Jubilee company will be Billy Joe Morris, 7-year-old rock 'n roll singer of Mount Morris, Ill.

3.04 [94] Ozark Jubilee
25Oct1956 ABC Thurs 9pm [Madison Wisconsin Journal]
featuring Red Foley
Guests
comedy team of Uncle Gyp and Aunt Sap Brasfield.

3.05 [95] Ozark Jubilee
01Nov1956 ABC Thurs 9pm [Madison Wisconsin Journal]
featuring Red Foley
Guests
Rex Allen
Chet Atkins
and ventriloquist Bill Hart and his dummy Harry.

3.06 [96] Ozark Jubilee
08Nov1956 ABC Thurs 9pm [Madison Wisconsin Journal]
featuring Red Foley
Guests
Brenda Lee
and Shug Fisher

3.07 [97] Ozark Jubilee
15Nov1956 ABC Thurs 9pm [Madison Wisconsin Journal]
featuring Red Foley

3.08 [98] Ozark Jubilee
22Nov1956 ABC Thurs 9pm [Madison Wisconsin Journal]
featuring Red Foley
Guests
The Square Dancing Tadpoles.

3.09 [99] Ozark Jubilee
29Nov1956 ABC Thurs 9pm [Madison Wisconsin Journal]
featuring Red Foley
Guest
Brenda Lee
Highlights:
Brenda Lee sings "I'm Going to Lasso Santa Claus" and "Christy Christmas".

3.10 [100] Ozark Jubilee
06Dec1956 ABC Thurs 9pm [Madison Wisconsin Journal]
featuring Red Foley
Guests
Square dancers Sondra and Jon Steele.

3.11 [101] Ozark Jubilee
13Dec1956 ABC Thurs 9pm [Madison Wisconsin Journal]
featuring Red Foley
Guests
10-year-old singer Libby Horne
7-year-old fiddler Clyde Wayne Spears
and 7-year-old singer Billy Joe Morris.

3.12 [102] Ozark Jubilee
20Dec1956 ABC Thurs 9pm [Madison Wisconsin Journal]
featuring Red Foley
Guest

*Note: Ozark Jubilee moves to 9pm Saturdays effective December 29th.

3.13 [103] Ozark Jubilee
29Dec1956 ABC Sat 9pm [Madison Wisconsin Journal]
featuring Red Foley
Guest
Brenda Lee

3.14 [104] Ozark Jubilee
05Jan1957 ABC Sat 9pm
featuring Red Foley
Guest

3.15 [105] Ozark Jubilee
12Jan1957 ABC Sat 9pm [Racine Journal Times]
featuring Red Foley
Guest
March of Dimes poster girl of 1957 4-year-old Marlene Nelson.

3.16 [106] Ozark Jubilee
19Jan1957 ABC Sat 9pm [Cedar Rapids Gazette]
featuring Red Foley
Guest
former Governor of Louisianna Jimmie Davis.

3.17 [107] Ozark Jubilee
26Jan1957 ABC Sat 9pm [Madison Wisconsin Journal]
featuring Red Foley
Guests
Carl Smith
and Brenda Lee.

*Ozark Jubilee celebrates it's second anniversary on ABC.

3.18 [108] Ozark Jubilee
02Feb1957 ABC Sat 9pm [Racine Journal]
featuring Red Foley
Guests
Carl Perkins
and Johnny Horton.

3.19 [109] Ozark Jubilee
09Feb1957 ABC Sat 9pm [Racine Journal]
featuring Red Foley
Guests
Anita Carter
and the sweethears of harmony Annie Lou and Danny.

3.20 [110] Ozark Jubilee
16Feb1957 ABC Sat 9pm [Dover Daily Reporter]
featuring Red Foley
Guests
comic Shug Fisher
singer David Huston
and organist Bill McMains.

3.21 [111] Ozark Jubilee
23Feb1957 ABC Sat 9pm
featuring Red Foley
Guest

3.22 [112] Ozark Jubilee
02Mar1957 ABC Sat 9pm [Dover Daily Reporter]
featuring Red Foley
Guests
Patsy Cline
Libby Horne
Country comic Little Eiler Long
and quartet The Marksmen

3.23 [113] Ozark Jubilee
09Mar1957 ABC Sat 9pm [Dover Daily Reporter]
featuring Red Foley
Guests
Brenda Lee
Jim Edward
Maxine and Bonnie Brown
Speedy Haworth
and Slim Wilson.

3.24 [114] Ozark Jubilee
16Mar1957 ABC Sat 9pm [Dover Daily Reporter]
featuring Red Foley
Guests
Smiley Burnette
and David Houston

3.25 [115] Ozark Jubilee
23Mar1957 ABC Sat 9pm
featuring Red Foley
Guests
James Marlin
and Sanford Clark.

3.26 [116] Ozark Jubilee
30Mar1957 ABC Sat 9pm
featuring Red Foley
Guests
Brenda Lee
and Bob Wills

3.27 [117] Ozark Jubilee
06Apr1957 ABC Sat 9pm
featuring Red Foley
Guests
Ardis Wells and her girls

3.28 [118] Ozark Jubilee
13Apr1957 ABC Sat 9pm [Bristol Daily Courier]
featuring Red Foley
Guests
Duncan 'Cisco Kid' Renaldo
and Barbara Cameron.

3.29 [119] Ozark Jubilee
20Apr1957 ABC Sat 9pm
featuring Red Foley
Guests

3.30 [120] Ozark Jubilee
27Apr1957 ABC Sat 9pm [Bristol Daily Courier]
featuring Red Foley
Guests
Gene Vincent and His Blue Caps.

3.31 [121] Ozark Jubilee
04May1957 ABC Sat 9pm [Dover Daily Reporter]
featuring Webb Pierce filling-in for the vacationing Red Foley

3.32 [122] Ozark Jubilee
11May1957 ABC Sat 9pm [Dover Daily Reporter]
featuring Rex Allen filling-in for the vacationing Red Foley
Guest
Sonny James who performs his latest hit "Young Love".

3.33 [123] Ozark Jubilee
18May1957 ABC Sat 9pm [Dover Daily Reporter]
featuring Jim L. Brown (TV's Lt. Rip Masters on "Rin Tin Tin") and Carl Smith are the pinch-hitting guests for the vacationing Red Foley.

3.34 [124] Ozark Jubilee
25May1957 ABC Sat 9pm [Racine Journal Times]
featuring Jimmy Wakely subbing for the vacationing "Pappy" Red Foley
Guests
Homer and Jethro

3.35 [125] Ozark Jubilee
01Jun1957 ABC Sat 9pm [Dover Daily Reporter]
featuring guest emcee Tex Ritter who sings "High Noon".
Guests
Pee Wee King
and Little Eiler Long.

3.35 [125] Ozark Jubilee
08Jun1957 ABC Sat 9pm [Dover Daily Reporter]
featuring Red Foley who returns from vacation
Guests
Bobby Lord
Billy Wimberly's Country Rhythm Boys
The Marksmen
and comedy duo Uncle Cyp and Aunt Sap Brasfield.

3.36 [126] Ozark Jubilee
15Jun1957 ABC Sat 9pm [San Rafael Daily]
featuring Red Foley
Guest
Tex Williams
Highlights:
Red Foley sings his version of "I'm Walkin'" popularized by Ricky Nelson.

3.37 [127] Ozark Jubilee
22Jun1957 ABC Sat 9pm [Dover Daily Reporter]
featuring Red Foley
Red Foley hitches his stars to a wagon for the first "Oklahoma run" in the history of the program when the rootin'-tootin' hoedown
originates from the semi-centennial exposition in Oklahoma City.

3.38 [128] Ozark Jubilee
29Jun1957 ABC Sat 9pm[Racine Journal Times]
featuring Red Foley
Guests
Jimmy Wakely
and Uncley Cyp Brasfield.

3.39 [129] Country Music Jubilee
06Jul1957 ABC Sat 9pm [Racine Journal Times]
20Jul1957 ABC Sat 10pm [Press Telegram]
Host Red Foley
Guests
Rex Allen
and Lu Ann Simms.

News item: "Ozark Jubilee" has bee re-titled "Country Music Jubilee" and will be given new production and talent resources.
"CMJ" will still originate from Springfield, Mo.


3.40 [130] Country Music Jubilee
13Jul1957 ABC Sat 9pm [Dover Daily Reporter]
Host Red Foley
Guests
Betty Ann Grove
Tex Williams
Jim Edward
Maxine and Ronnie Brown.

3.41 [131] Country Music Jubilee
20Jul1957 ABC Sat 9pm
Host Red Foley
Guest
Webb Pierce

3.42 [132] Country Music Jubilee
27Jul1957 ABC Sat 9pm [Madison State Journal]
Host Red Foley
Guests
Chet Atkins
Jim Lowe
and Billy Walker.

3.43 [133] Country Music Jubilee
03Aug1957 ABC Sat 9pm [Madison State Journal]
Host Red Foley
Guests
Carl Smith
and Del Wood

3.44 [134] Country Music Jubilee
10Aug1957 ABC Sat 9pm [Madison State Journal]
Host Red Foley
Guests
Patsy Cline
and Sonny James

3.45 [135] Country Music Jubilee
17Aug1957 ABC Sat 9pm [Madison State Journal]
Host Red Foley
Guest
Ernest Tubbs

*News item Ottawa Herald.
The American Broadcasting Co. and the nationally telecast "Country Music Jubilee" are calling it quits after August 31, Crossroads TV Productions announced here yesterday.
The show formerly known as "Ozark Jubilee" stars Red Foley and has been telecast Saturday nights from Springfield since January 2, 1955 over a 113 station network.
Whether the jubilee will be continued over another network is not known at this time.


3.46 [136] Country Music Jubilee
24Aug1957 ABC Sat 9pm [Madison State Journal]
Host Red Foley
Guests
Faron Young
and Minnie Pearl.

3.47 [137] Country Music Jubilee
31Aug1957 ABC Sat 9pm [Dover Daily Reporter]
Host Red Foley
Guests
Betty Ann Grove
and the Bill Wimberly Band.


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ABC Saturdays 8:00-9:00pm Eastern (60 min)


######### Jubilee U.S.A. (new title) #########
############## season 5 1958-59 ##############
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ABC Saturdays 8:00-9:00pm Eastern (60 min)


############### Jubilee U.S.A. ###############
############## season 6 1959-60 ##############
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ABC Saturdays 10:00-11:00pm Eastern
(some sources say reduced to 30 min)


Spring 1960 end of Regular series

############### Jubilee U.S.A. ###############
############## season 7 1960-61 ##############
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(30 min ?)
Returned as a Replacement Series

############### Jubilee U.S.A. ###############
################### the end ##################
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